T cell lymphomas

T cell lymphomas

a heterogenous group of lymphoid tumors representing malignant transformation of the T lymphocytes. Some types of tumors formerly included in this group have been found to be mixtures of T cells and B cell precursors.
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Gastrointestinal intraepithelial lymphocytes and T cell lymphomas.
Study of the immunohistochemistry and T cell clonality of enteropathy-associated T cell lymphoma.
Nasal T cell lymphomas usually spread from their site of origin in the nasal cavity and invade adjacent structures (e.
Most T cell lymphomas are of intermediate grade (diffuse mixed small cell lymphomas, diffuse mixed large cell lymphomas, and diffuse large cell lymphomas) and high grade (large cell immunoblastic lymphomas).
T cell lymphomas are more aggressive than the other phenotypes, and they can cause soft-tissue and bony destruction.